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Election Day is August 7

 
The polls will be open from 7 am until 8 pm for voting. The following is a list of polling locations and where the voting will take place. If you are unsure where you vote, you may go to Michigan.gov/vote to find your polling place and/or sample ballot.

  • Pct. 1 OCC 739 S Washington – 739 S Washington - voting will be in the lobby
  • Pct. 2 Salter Community Center – 1545 E Campbell – voting will be in the gym
  • Pct. 3 Church of Christ – 115 S Campbell – voting will be in the south wing of the building
  • Pct. 4 Salter Center – 1545 E Campbell – voting will be in the gym
  • Pct. 5 Farmer’s Market – 316 E 11 Mile Rd. Parking will be available for voters in front of the market (east side of the building)
  • Pct. 6 Royal Oak Middle School – 709 N Washington – voting will be in the gym
  • Pct. 7 Oakland Technical Center – 5055 Delemere – voting will be in conference rooms A & B
  • Pct. 8 Northwood School – 926 W 12 Mile – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 9 Farmer’s Market – 316 E 11 Mile Rd. Parking will be available for voters in the front of the market (east entrance of the building)
  • Pct. 10 Keller – 1505 N Campbell Rd. – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 11 Church of Christ – 115 S Campbell – voting will be in the south wing of the building
  • Pct. 12 Churchill Community Center – voting is in the auditorium
  • Pct. 13 Northwood School – 926 W 12 Mile – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 14 Jane Addams School – 2222 W Webster – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 15 Fire Station #2 – 31000 Woodward – new voting location. Voters will park behind the fire station. Memorial Park parking lot (corner of Coolidge/13 Mile Rd.) will be available for parking as well. Voters will enter from the back of the fire station
  • Pct. 16 Jane Addams School – 2222 W Webster – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 17 Royal Oak High School – 1500 Lexington – voting will be in the cafeteria due to construction
  • Pct. 18 Churchill Community Center – 707 Girard – voting will be in the auditorium
  • Pct. 19 Woodside Church – 3620 Rochester Rd. – voting will be in the lobby
  • Pct. 20 Royal Oak High School – 1500 Lexington – voting will be in the cafeteria due to construction
  • Pct. 21 M/M Senior Center – 3500 Marias – voting will be in room multi-purpose room
  • Pct. 22 Emmanuel Bethel Church – 4000 Normandy – voting will be in the southwest wing of the building
  • Pct. 23 Upton School – 4400 Mandalay – voting will be in the media center
  • Pct. 24 Oakland Technical Center – 5055 Delemere - voting will be in conference rooms A & B

Absentee Voting

The city clerk’s office will be open this Saturday, August 4 from 9 am until 2 pm to issue absentee ballots. You may vote by absentee if you are 60 or older, expect to be out of town on Election Day, physically unable to attend the polls without assistance, unable to go to the polls due to religious believes, a poll worker assigned to a polling place that is not your own or in jail awaiting arraignment or trial. We cannot mail a ballot after 2pm the Saturday prior to the election. The in-person deadline for applying for an absentee ballot is 4 pm on Monday, August 6. Ballots issued on Monday must be voted in person.

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I Dig Royal Oak


Join your friends and neighbors at ‘I Dig Royal Oak’ and celebrate the upcoming groundbreaking of our new police station and city hall!

The family-friendly event will offer lots of fun activities for kids, including the following:

  • giant sandbox filled with dinosaur eggs and other treasures
  • free construction hats for kids
  • rock climbing wall
  • arts and crafts
  • outdoor games
  • selfie stations
  • meet & greet with Romi
  • cooperative play activities & more


These activities are available thanks to community partners, Toyology Toys and Oakland County Parks.

If you go


Where: The public celebration will take place at the Royal Oak Farmers Market East Lot When: August 23 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Cost: Free
Parking: Parking will be available at the south and west Farmers Market lots, as well as in Lot P4 between City Hall and the library. Attendees who arrive before 5 p.m. can park in the city garages for two hours free.

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On June 29, 2018, Governor Snyder signed into law a requirement for motorists to give three feet of space as they pass bicyclists on the roadways. Additionally, he signed legislation to improve drivers education in Michigan to put a greater emphasis on bicycle safety.

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 Library Events


There is always something interesting and exciting happening at the Royal Oak Public Library. Go to ropl,org to learn more.


Library hours are: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (September 10, 2017 through June 10, 2018)

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To browse through available opportunities go to: romi.gov/jobs

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